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    Quote Originally Posted by Moyesie View Post
    Fully costed...... Approved by...... Themselves.

    I've got some magic beans here. Would you like to buy them? They're 100% magic I've had them fully tested and verified...... By me. I'll put you down for 100.
    Oh look over there.....any sign of costings in the Tory manifesto ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PNEESSEX View Post
    you couldn't make this shit up.
    But they do though quite literally. They are like children arguing over the latest trend "you show me yours first" there you go "oh that's rubbish"..okay show me yours "no it's a secret but yours is still rubbish though cos I said so"


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    VIDEO: How May will finish off the*NHS
    Needs no explanation, if you want to keep universal healthcare free at the point of delivery, don’t vote for May.

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    On twitter whenever I see tory voters challenged on anything they always deflect and start spouting off the usual soundbites... 'corbyn is unelectable', 'where is the money coming from?'. I haven't once seen any substance behind these comments, they are mere regurgitations. I am no socialist, but I am also not a blind mug who will swallow up unsubstantial drivel that is force-fed to me. The trotting out of such meaningless phrases is quite remarkable. I suppose if you drill a certain idea into a persons head for long enough they will eventually accept it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moyesie View Post
    Fully costed...... Approved by...... Themselves.

    I've got some magic beans here. Would you like to buy them? They're 100% magic I've had them fully tested and verified...... By me. I'll put you down for 100.
    Well the castings make sense to me.

    Where are the Tory costings?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobber View Post
    Well the castings make sense to me.

    Where are the Tory costings?
    They have costed them using the same methodology as labour. "Errr yeah that looks ok".

    But reading both of them there's a few hundred billion less spending in the Tory manifesto. So more likely to be achievable.

    There's so many holes in the labour costs it's difficult to know where to start.

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    What do you reckon VAT is going up to Moysie?

    By how much is National Insurance going up, Moysie?

    What about Income Tax rate?


    Oh and how much do you reckon a starter policy is going to be for health treatment? Well if the model of dementia tax, is anything to go by, itll be a charge on your home.

    Tories will do what Tories always do, throw theweakest and the not so weak under the bus and their mates in the media will tell them how good it is for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raefil View Post
    What do you reckon VAT is going up to Moysie?

    By how much is National Insurance going up, Moysie?

    What about Income Tax rate?


    Oh and how much do you reckon a starter policy is going to be for health treatment? Well if the model of dementia tax, is anything to go by, itll be a charge on your home.

    Tories will do what Tories always do, throw theweakest and the not so weak under the bus and their mates in the media will tell them how good it is for them.

    vote carefully
    I think it's inevitable they'll all go up under the Tories. Even with less spending they won't be able to fix the deficit.

    Which isn't something I'm that bothered about. If I have to pay 45% to help get rid of the debt then so be it.

    Just to add I'm very anti tax dodging and will continue to pay my PAYE etc without complaint.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moyesie View Post
    They have costed them using the same methodology as labour. "Errr yeah that looks ok".

    But reading both of them there's a few hundred billion less spending in the Tory manifesto. So more likely to be achievable.

    There's so many holes in the labour costs it's difficult to know where to start.
    The country is in the cack for any party in govt and neither is projecting falling tax revenues. Which will be greater under the tories because of austerity grocery dogma. Its just that one party wants to exclusively protect the rich and not share the burden. Truly the nasty party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moysie
    I think it's inevitable they'll all go up under the Tories. Even with less spending they won't be able to fix the deficit.

    Which isn't something I'm that bothered about. If I have to pay 45% to help get rid of the debt then so be it.

    Just to add I'm very anti tax dodging and will continue to pay my PAYE etc without complaint.
    Of course its inevitable but fear not, those with the broadest shoulders will be well protected, theyve made clear that more burden is going to fall on the disabled, theyve made it clear that theyre now after the elderly, but hey, the wealthy? Theyll be fine, theyll gather more wealth.

    Oh i forgot, that wealth will trickle down!

    What bollocks.
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